on to your heirs.
For more information on vacation exchange clubs, contact the following timeshare organizations:
American Resort Development Association
1220 L St. NW, Suite 500
Washington, DC 20005
ARDA publishes a free 14-page booklet, “A Consumer Guide to Vacation Ownership” that outlines in more specific detail the timesharing industry, fees and how exchanges work. There’s also more information on their Web site including links to some of the largest timeshare
developers. Included are details on ARDA’s Code of Standards and Ethics for vacation exchanges and member properties.
Attn: Christina Wells
6262 Sunset Drive
Miami, FL 33143
Indicate whether you’re a consumer member wanting information on exchanges through II or a developer needing information on becoming affiliated with their network. At their Web site, you’ll find information in four languages-English, Spanish, French and Dutch-that ranges from industry news to weather updates to travel links to member resorts. Membership information is restricted to members and not accessible online. A CD-ROM resort directory and vacation planner can be ordered online by members.
Resort Condominiums International
3502 Woodview Trace
Indianapolis, IN 46268-1104
The largest of the vacation exchange clubs makes information on itself and affiliated properties in its network available online. The site includes information on timeshare exchanges and hotlinks to other vacation sites and information sources. Members can even make their travel exchange reservations online and have access to RCI’s own travel agency network.
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